a lot of people believe their vote doesn't matter, that it's not going to make a difference. so for 21,000 people, 15,000 of the 21,000, or 18 or older, so you would think that you would see the different turn out. this tells me first and foremost that you do not have a real structure there when it comes to explain to people, voter education. we see this across the country. we see significant voters turn out or vote in the presidential election if you go to the u.s. senator, to congressional races, when you go down ballot. it drops down big time. people focus on the big races and the small races. they matter. >> in many cases they go to the president. >> this is not ferguson, but all over the country, polls show that a majority of people say their lives are more impacted by what's on the local level.